Lipocryolysis: Cooling Speed Affects Adipocyte Survival
Journal of Surgery
Volume 3, Issue 1-1, February 2015, Pages: 11-13
Received: Dec. 19, 2014; Accepted: Dec. 23, 2014; Published: Dec. 31, 2014
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Authors
Hernán Pinto, Aesthetic Specialties and Aging Research Institute (i2e3), Barcelona, Spain
David Ricart-Jané, Metabolism Research Center (CEREMET), Barcelona, Spain
Eva Pardina, Metabolism Research Center (CEREMET), Barcelona, Spain
Graciela Melamed, University Maimonides, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Abstract
New knowledge about crystallization has surfaced recently, since some of the last lipocryolysis publications have focused on how it works [4, 5]. However, although its action is better understood day after day, there is a sense of feeling that its clinical outcome could be improved. Kinetic particularities of crystal formation process allowed us to think that the cooling speed might be determinant in the results achieved in a lipocryolysis session. Adipocytes from six male rats where isolated and then exposed to 1ºC/min, 2ºC/min and 6ºC/min cooling speeds until they reached 8ºC and were kept at that temperature for 30 minutes. Cell damage was significantly higher in 1ºC/min cooling speed than in other cooling speeds.
Keywords
Lipocryolysis, Cooling Speed, Adipocyte
To cite this article
Hernán Pinto, David Ricart-Jané, Eva Pardina, Graciela Melamed, Lipocryolysis: Cooling Speed Affects Adipocyte Survival, Journal of Surgery. Special Issue:Breakthroughs in Aesthetic Medicine. Vol. 3, No. 1-1, 2015, pp. 11-13. doi: 10.11648/j.js.s.2015030101.14
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